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Soundstructrue C16 and Skype xml template

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Soundstructrue C16 and Skype xml template

So on page 14 of this guide listed at the bottom it reads:


"In order to provision SoundStructure VoIP Interface to work with Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and 2013, you need to import a configuration file into the SoundStructure VoIP Interface using the Web Configuration Utility. Using the Web Configuration Utility, you can import a configuration file with all the parameters required for Lync, register SoundStructure VoIP Interface with Lync Server, and configure the SIP settings necessary to make and receive phone calls on SoundStructure VoIP Interface."




"Attached to this guide is a configuration file template with all of the configuration parameters required for provisioning SoundStructure VoIP Interface for use with Lync Server. The attached configuration file is organized into three folders and is specific for SoundStructure VoIP Interface running UC software 4.1.3G. Note that you cannot use the configuration file with previous versions of UC software or other Polycom devices."







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Re: Soundstructrue C16 and Skype xml template

When you find out let me know

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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Soundstructrue C16 and Skype xml template

Hello all,

welcome to the Polycom Community.

The File SoundStructureVOIPConfig_UCS413G_Lync2010and2013.cfg is actually attached within the PDF.


You can open it using Acrobat Reader and it will show as an attachment. You may require to change some security settings as explained => here <= or => here <=


I will in addition try and find it internally and attach it to this post.

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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